has anybody noticed the nice realized GUI feature of Blender (an open source 3d application)?
before we get a whole cool mixer with nice fx-insertion, collapsing/de-collapsing fx in “TRACK DSPs” could be a small but useful improvement … and it’s fast to implement ( imho ).
i know we have something like this for the vst-parameters but not for a “whole” fx.
oh wrong direction of the arrow buttons in my draft …
huh… finally someone noticed
we had a look on the blenders UI several times already. I especially like the idea with the split-areas and “mountable” views.
Anyway, might be useful.
Good idea. When the devs also implement dsp presets I’m really happy
Yeah, excellent idea… simple and streight forward. Would love to spend my 80 vote points on that
i dig it too. might be a neat way to reapproach the different components of the tracker so that you can build custom layouts. though i bet running the scopes, scrolling pattern editor and sample editor during playback would completely annihilate whatever system resources you threw at it.
on VST-fx in collapsed state, an additional button ( [E] ) for opening the VST edit window, above the small hook button (see my draft) would be useful too …
the only usability problem is the less space for the FX name in collapsed state. but this could be solved with a tooltip and the full FX name on mouse over.
Yeah, this sounds real neat - straightforward and simple!
Good idea with the VST-fx-edit button as well. Nice illustration as well, Alex.
Just came to think of it: We must’nt forget that it should be possible to move the fx-insertion around in the ‘effect-chain’ in collapsed mode as well, but that could be done by dragging it at it’s shortened name I guess.
erm… blah. forget to log in. Not that it really matters who it is, but it’s better to have a name when I vote yes for something